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Sector of landlord

'Sector of landlord' is the institutional unit to which the owners of rented or leased private dwellings belong. Landlord refers to the type of organisation or person from whom households rent or lease private occupied dwellings.

Sector of Landlord(1)
1996–2006 Censuses
1996 2001 2006
Private person, trust or business 196,188 264,501 299,607
Local authority or city council 14,781 14,118 11,004
Housing New Zealand Corporation 52,668 52,500 49,419
Other state-owned corporation, or state-owned enterprise, or government department or ministry 8,370 6,432 6,165
(1) 'Sector of landlord' is the institutional unit to which the owners of rented or leased private dwellings belong. Landlord refers to the type of organisation or person from whom households rent or lease private occupied dwellings.

In 2006, 81.8 percent of households (or 299,607 households) who made rent payments rented from a private person, trust or business. This has increased from 72.1 percent in 1996 (196,188 households) and 78.4 percent in 2001 (264,501 households).

  • Almost two-thirds (63.8 percent) of households who paid rent to either a private person, trust or business paid $200 or more a week. Of households renting from a local authority, 6.5 percent paid more than $200 a week, as did 9.3 percent of households renting from Housing New Zealand Corporation.
  • Approximately nine out of ten (89.1 percent) households in the Auckland Region, who paid rent to either a private person, trust or business, paid $200 or more a week in rent. Less than 70 percent of all households in all other regions who paid rent to a private person, trust or business were paying $200 or more a week.

Proportion Of Households Paying.

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